I found myself alone with my husband, sitting on the ground of an unknown forest. I’m assuming it was somewhere in South America from the culture that surrounded us. There were several people around us, busy, doing different things. Some were making wooden spoons; others bowls. Some were writing on the ground with sticks; while others were humming to songs in their heads. I couldn’t understand what we were doing there.
We began to walk towards the forest, through a trail (like a hiking trail). There was a line of people moving forward and a line going back the other way. While walking, I began to have a horrible feeling that we were being held captive. Telepathically, I began to communicate to my husband that I wasn’t comfortable with the situation and we should try to move quickly. Although it was telepathic, it was almost as if I had said it out loud. As I turned my head around to tell my husband to hurry up, everyone just stopped and placed all their eyes on us. It was terrifying. My heart literally sank to my stomach.
At that point, my husband and I began to run towards what looked like an abandoned shed towards the end of the trail. As we approached it, we noticed that the door was wide open. “Hello, is anyone here“, shouted my husband as we entered the shed. The shed was pretty empty. Only a small dining table and 1 chair. There was, however, a wall to the left hand side of the front door, filled with small televisions from floor to ceiling. My husband and I stared in disgust as we realized what they were televising. “They’ve been watching us the whole time!”, said my husband. We were being watched in real time. Everyone from all over the world was on display (reading, showering, out on a date, arguing, laughing, losing a loved one, having sex, etc.) Children and women were shown being trafficked and killed. It was devastating!
My husband, still in despair, pulled out the chair from underneath the table and sat down. “What are you doing? This is what they want. Get up and let’s go!” I shouted. I ran towards a door in the back of the shed. When I opened the door, I realized that there was no other way out. I was back at the beginning of the trail. I turned around to tell my husband and I see a woman (a mail handler) standing behind a counter up against the wall. The counter was covered in individual bags of rubber bands. I walked over to the counter, grabbing a handful of bags, and began to throw them at the lady as she laughed at me. Soon after my dream had ended.
*Forest: Represents the Unconscious and all of it’s mysteries. Forests are also full of abundance of life. It represents the mother figure and a place where life thrives.
*Wooden spoons: They represent a lifestyle, or class. Some say it can symbolize someone’s invisible pain, or worries. On the other hand, wooden spoons may represent a person who is capable of turning a negative situation to their advantage.
*Wooden Bowl: Life, Growth, and strength. The wooden bowl also represents an organic way of life. Look up “empty bowl”, or “full bowl”. The contents in the bowl may also have symbolism.
*Trails: This usually represents the progress one is making in life. Are you falling behind? Are you in competition with someone? Are you positively moving forward with your plans?
*Held Captive: Feeling trapped in some area of ones life. You may feel pushed to do things you don’t agree with, or do not like.
*Telepathy in dreams: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dream_telepathy#:~:text=Dream%20telepathy%20is%20the%20purported,telepathic%20dreaming%20was%20Sigmund%20Freud.
*All eyes on you: This all depends on how you feel when they are starting at you. Here in this dream, it was a negative stare which indicates someone judging, or intending to harm. Positively, it may represent someone who’s admiring, or respecting you.
*Abandoned Shed: Symbolizes the need to forget the past and bad habits. This may also represent ones want to remove something in their life.
*No way out: Feeling emotionally trapped in someway, with uncertainties of how to get out.
*Rubber bands: Ignoring your own feelings while accommodating the needs of others. The ability to bounce back from things. Rubber bands can also hold things together, while allowing them to move apart, but always bringing them back together.
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